How to Be a Man

How to Be a Man

When former comedian Mark McCarthy is faced with a rare form of cancer, he hires a young, impressionable cameraman to document his crude and comical lessons on what it means to be a man for his unborn son.

When former comedian Mark McCarthy is faced with a rare form of cancer, he hires a young, impressionable cameraman to document his crude and comical lessons on what it means to be a man for his unborn son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff S (br) wrote: A very important film. Available on Netflix.

Doug M (gb) wrote: * spoliers but obvious ones *Very dark, depressing and well-acted. The ending could not have done better to rip your heart out and feed it to you. Don't watch if you're emotionally unstable...great film but it pulls none of its punches. Expect to be in tears several times.

Chloe C (de) wrote: an interesting take on this oft joked-about competing sport, reverse discrimination, friendships and family issues.

Giuliana L (mx) wrote: If you like car chases and lots of explosions, this isn't the movie for you. Contemplative and subdued, this is a "slice-of-life" film that doesn't have anywhere in particular to go. I really enjoyed going along for the ride, though, finding the rhythms of daily life portrayed in the film hypnotic and authentic. I don't know what it's like to be a voice actress working for a Chinese puppet troupe, living in a cramped Paris apartment with my son, but I got a fascinating glimpse watching this film. I liked that when we first meet Binoche's character Suzanne, the shots are all medium or long, and it isn't until at least midway into the film that you get to really see her face and her expressions in close up shots. It's kind of like when you first meet someone, you get certain superficial impressions of them, but it takes time to really get to know them, and to maybe share quiet moments when you see glimpses of who they are underneath the surface. At first Suzanne kind of seems like a tornado of stress and frustration, but later, in quiet moments, we see how much she loves her son, and we start to understand what makes her tick. Song's presence in the film is muted but she has a quiet strength and gentleness that is compelling and calming. We know that she will take care of Simon and will create a thoughtful, beautiful film, too, just like filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien.

Kyle B (jp) wrote: Though it does suffer from comparisons to 2005's better Capote, this is a solid stand alone film. I think Toby Jones did a good job as well as Sandra Bullcok. This was Daniel Criag's most impressive performance and his scenes with Jones are really great. Lee Pace is excellent in his role and Sigourney Weaver has a great small role. The score and the writing are great as well

Gino R (au) wrote: Tarantino WISHES he could make a film as cool as this that isn't completely up it's own shitpit.

Sylvester K (ca) wrote: For a cheap sci fi flick, Teenagers From Outer Space is actually not so bad given the budget. I thought the use of skeleton was quite funny in a good way, though they really needed to improve some of the dialogues and remove the conservative propaganda.

Victor I (us) wrote: Critics were certainly being kind with the nearly certified fresh rating on RT. Although it's a spectacle that periodically dabbles with some impressive moments, the movie is lacking as a whole. Moreover, an abrupt ending will have you scratching your head as to what the big fuss was in the first place.

Jacob D (it) wrote: Wait this is a thing.